Aduba, Janney among creative arts Emmy winners

Uzo Aduba poses in the press room with the award for outstanding guest actress in a comedy series for “Orange Is the New Black” at the 2014 Creative Arts Emmys at Nokia Theatre L.A. in Los Angeles, Aug. 16, 2014.

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Uzo Aduba is an Emmy winner for her breakout role as a prisoner known as "Crazy Eyes" in Netflix's "Orange is the New Black."

The series received two other awards, for casting and picture editing, at the creative arts Emmy ceremony Saturday honoring technical and other achievements.

In an emotional speech, Aduba thanked her mother, who came from Nigeria "to make a better life for her family."

She also thanked producers and others for a show "that lets everyone be represented in such a beautiful way."

Allison Janney poses in the press room with the award for outstanding guest actress in a drama series for her work on “Masters of Sex” at the 2014 Creative Arts Emmys at Nokia Theatre L.A. LIVE, Aug. 16, 2014, in Los Angeles.AP Photo: Richard Shotwell, Invision

Allison Janney poses in the press room with the award for outstanding guest actress in a drama series for her work on “Masters of Sex” at the 2014 Creative Arts Emmys at Nokia Theatre L.A. in Los Angeles, Aug. 16, 2014.

Aduba won as best guest actress in a comedy series for her portrayal of Suzanne "Crazy Eyes" Warren, while Jimmy Fallon was honored as best guest comedy actor for NBC's "Saturday Night Live."

On the drama side, guest-acting honors went to Joe Morton for ABC's "Scandal" and Allison Janney for Showtime's "Masters of Sex."

Janney thanked producers, co-stars and writers on the series, then added one more person: "The crew guy who got me a shot of bourbon before my first sex scene was extraordinarily important to me," she said.

Awards in other acting, writing and directing categories will be given at the Aug. 25 ceremony airing on NBC. Janney has a shot at another Emmy for her role in the CBS sitcom "Mom."

The biggest awards haul Saturday went to NBC's "Saturday Night Live," with five trophies. Fox's "Cosmos: A SpaceTime Odyssey," a 21st-century edition of the 1980s series "Cosmos," earned four. Cable dramas "Game of Thrones" and "True Detective" and PBS' "Sherlock: His Last Vow" also picked up a quartet of honors each.

HBO received a leading 15 creative arts Emmys, followed by NBC with 10; PBS with eight; Fox and Netflix with seven each; CBS with six; and ABC with five.

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AP Writer Nicole Evatt contributed to this report.